A community non-profit for 43 years.
Directed by Elizabeth Godfrey since 2000.
«The best and most consistent training program in the East Bay»
Registration for Session 3 is open! Classes begin January 22:
Ongoing students register: Jan 9-14
New students register: Jan 15-21
Session Dates 2017-2018:
Session 1: September 5-November 11
Session 2: November 13-January 20 (8 weeks, fees adjusted automatically upon registration)
Session 3: January 22-March 31
Session 4: April 9-June 16
Session 5: June 18-August 25
New Exciting Classes and Performances:
~BCB Boys Program free Classes for Boys: fees adjusted automatically upon registration
Classes with Raymond Tilton- formerly with San Francisco Ballet
Boys Ballet 4-7yrs: Saturday 9:30-10:15
Boys Ballet 8-12yrs: Tuesdays 4:30-6:00
~Teen/Adult Drop-In Classes with Raymond Tilton - formerly with San Francisco Ballet
Beginning Ballet: Wednesdays 7:00-8:00
Pay by class $15/class
~Performances for the Dance Center: Pre-Ballet, Ballet Basics, Jazz, and all other classes:
(costume rental fee will be applied for participation)
Registration and all transactions for BCB are easy to do, just click on «To Register» to begin!
Congratulations to BCB Students for their acceptance into Summer Programs and Colleges:
Anabel Costa: UC Santa Barbara in Dance and International Environmental Studies, BCB Teacher Training Program
Emily Chung: Cal Poly in Architecture, Joffrey Ballet Chicago Summer Program
Eva Halasz: Gelsey Kirkland Academy Summer Intensive
Sarah-Lynn Oiknine: American Ballet Theater Summer Intensive
Ysabel David: Lines Summer Intensive, BCB Teacher Training Program
Mateo David: San Francisco Ballet School Summer Intensive
Sophia Morbidelli: Private Coaching Intensive with Raymond Tilton at BCB
Sara Leyser: BCB Teacher Training Program
Established in 1974 as a non-profit, Berkeley City Ballet remains a consistent and enduring part of the city of Berkeley.
For forty three years Berkeley City Ballet has created a safe, caring environment for students of all ages and levels to learn to dance and to perform. Students often begin lessons at a young age and grow up in our school. This gives them a special community, committed to them for the long-term. In this community they gain skills, not only in ballet and dance, but also discipline, focus, respect, confidence, bravery, team-work, and poise. All of these skills support the student for a lifetime. Berkeley City Ballet believes that learning to dance well can also be fun and that each student can gain immensely from this art form.
Berkeley City Ballet is committed to our mission of bringing cultural enrichment, as well as an awareness and appreciation for the art of dance, to the diverse East Bay.